Turducken!

Emily’s Rating Chris’s Rating
3 / 10 2 / 10

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The star of the Thanksgiving spread was unfortunately the biggest disappointment. For years, I have been dreaming of a delicious turducken. Who actually likes turkey that much? Nobody. Wrapped up with chicken, duck, and stuffing on the other hand? Sounds incredible.

Unfortunately, the Cajun Grocer where we bought this bad boy really let us down. The packaging, the website, the FAQ section, and the customer service woman I called all gave me different directions. I decided to cook it at 350 for 1 hour and 45 minutes covered and 15 minutes uncovered. As it turns out, I probably should have cooked this for about 1 hour and 15 minutes. It was so dry I could hardly eat it.

While this year was kind of a disaster, I have not given up on a turducken. I think next year we might just have to deep fry it instead…

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Dish Turducken
Recipe Source  The Cajun Grocer
Difficulty 2 / 10
Time to Complete ~1.5-2 hours (maybe even less…)
Sides Served See all the other Thanksgiving posts!
Leftovers? Ha yep, but none that we would eat
Lessons Learned This guy needs to be cooked for a lot less time than 2 hours. Unclear how much less, though
Any Recipe Deviations? Nope
Make Again? Yea, but would want to get some confidence that we actually know how to cook it
Changes Next Time? Cook it for way less time!
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One Response to Turducken!

  1. Pingback: The First Annual Lund Family Thanksgiving | Lessons from the Kitchen of a Stay-at-Home Husband

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